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    We'd rather publish 1 update fixing several issues than several updates fixing 1 issue at a time. Still a couple of things to fix.
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    I had a quick look with FlyWithLua... When you set the dataref to "0" you will get a single click, so there is no need to set it to "1" and then back to "0". I reliably get only one key press using this method. So in theory what you're doing should work. I assume that it's the way Air Manager handles things... maybe you should also post this question on the Air Manager support forum and see if someone can assist you.
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    The commands for the softkeys are: G1000 Softkey #1 through to sim/GPS/g1000n1_softkey12 They are the default X-Plane commands. Just tie your hardware to those and you should be good to go.
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    Hi @dlrk, When there is news we typically post it. You can assume there is no news if we have not released news.
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    Hello, You are welcome to come down and fly the ixeg 733 in my sim that uses all real parts as you are not that far away. As for VNAV, i had the privilege of having a real 737 pilot over a few times and we shook down the VNAV issue. Here is the reality, is it perfect, no ( neither is the real plane) is it usable, YES! If you build a proper route and hand build a viable descent, thet makes sense for energy management. it works! We flew a few LNAV VNAV flights and once we figured out what it needed, it accomplished it flawlessly. The problem is 2 fold, hit or miss nav data and ixeg's method of interpreting that sometimes screwy data. 2nd is the very very complex calculations of drag, speed, weight, time, distance, etc isn't perfect and you have to help it out. I mean come on, not to brag but if I can calculate in my head a manual VS descent that stays on profile, any of you can do it as well. Just apply it to the descent in vnav by verifying waypoints and altitudes and airspeed required. Any other words, by the smarter human and fly the plane and make it do what you know is correct. Rob
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    Just install as normal.
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    Ah I see, that's a delimma. I guess you have no choice but to purchase the 777. This 777, and the FF777 V2 will be for XP11 only.
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    Not stopping from you from buying it. It's a freeware project and shouldn't be pitched against the FF777 . I say wait for FlightFactor's upcoming 777 v2 if you want good systems (and hopefully an accurate exterior).
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    New updates are posted here: https://forum.thresholdx.net/topic/431-boeing-777-series-3d-cockpit-update Apologies for the neglected thread.
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    Hey ya'll! Hi everyone! The X-Plane Developers Community's Workshop website is now a public wiki, everyone is allowed to contribute to the site. Please feel free to add to the site! (i think you need a google account) It's meant to be a controlled platform where I and a bunch of writers would document, but alas time is money, and most of us can't actively commit to the site. I'll try my best to maintain consistent quality and graphics after each contribution, making it easy to read with diagrams and visuals. Heres is the link to edit: https://sites.google.com/s/0B7XuYN5QvPP9Q19mNnpsV19xbGM/edit Cheers everyone!
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    Hey guys, some news about the cabin: 3D Cockpit is almost done, the cockpit window frames is a PITA to model, but slowly getting there. Meanwhile I'd decided to model the interior cabin too:
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